​Order a Marriage Certificate

A marriage certificate is required to:

  • Provide legal proof of your marriage   
  • Ensure the rights of spouses and children are respected   
  • Apply for certain social benefits   
  • Settle an estate

Who Can Apply for a Marriage Certificate - see a list of who can apply for and receive a marriage certificate.

Step 1: Choose the Type of Marriage Certificate

Small Certificate ($25) | See Example
Contains the full name of each spouse, date of marriage, place of marriage, registration number and registration date.

Frame Certificate ($25) | See Example
Contains the full name of each spouse, date of marriage, place of marriage, registration number and registration date.

Genealogical photocopy ($50)
Contains all of the information that appears on the original marriage registration and is stamped "FOR GENEALOGY ONLY".

  • Genealogical photocopies are generally used for gathering family history (trees) – anyone is eligible as long as the Marriage happened more than 75 years ago

Certified photocopy ($50)
Contains all of the information that appears on the original marriage registration.

Step 2: Choose How to Submit Your Order

Order Online

Ordering online is a faster, easier and more convenient way to order Vital Statistics certificates. It eliminates the need for downloading and printing application forms and sending them to eHealth for manual entry into our processing system. Ordering online also eliminates the costs and delivery times associated with shipping paper-based forms, and provides the added convenience of paying by credit card. You can also skip the step of writing a cheque or issuing a money order and place orders for multiple certificates with one application - saving you time, effort and money!

The online certificate ordering process is designed to be straightforward and user-friendly and is loaded with built-in help content to guide you through the ordering process. You can also contact the Vital Statistics Customer Support Team by email or toll free line during normal business hours and they will be able to answer your questions and guide you through the online ordering process.

It is important to note that all online orders are subject to a screening review.

Before you begin:

You must have a valid credit card to process your order online. If you do not, you will need to submit your order using the manual forms-based process.

An online order must be completed in one session; it cannot be saved on your computer. If you stop typing for longer than 30 minutes, your order will timeout and all information entered will be erased.

Please have the following information ready prior to starting your online ordering process:

  • Applicant
  • Spouse

As an applicant, if you are not a person who can apply for a Marriage Certificate, you must provide supporting authorization documentation (upload.) You will have to scan and attach an Authorization Form to your online order. A screen will be provided during ordering process to allow you to search your computer for the signed authorization information and attach the file.

We recommend you print your payment receipt to keep for your records. The Order Number that appears on the payment receipt can be used in all communication with Saskatchewan Vital Statistics regarding your application.

Remember, you must have a valid credit card to submit an order online. If you do not, you will need to use the manual forms-based process below.

 

Order Online
By ordering online you accept these Terms of Use

Order by Forms

If you do not have a valid credit card, you can manually submit your certificate order by forms and send them in to address mention in the forms.
Order a marriage certificate by manual forms-based process

 

Legal Disclaimer

Please be advised that by submitting a certificate order (online or by forms), you consent to eHealth Saskatchewan collecting and using your personal information to determine your eligibility to receive the certificate(s) that you have requested. eHealth has the authority to collect and use your personal information for this purpose pursuant to The Vital Statistics Act, 2009 and The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Please visit the Legal page of our website for more information.

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